SUP DEVELOPMENT ACROSS EUROPE – can we work together across Europe for a regional gains? In this topic, we want to highlight what is important when developing SUP as
SUP DEVELOPMENT ACROSS EUROPE – can we work together across Europe for a regional gains?
In this topic, we want to highlight what is important when developing SUP as a sport in our respective nations.
We start by looking at cases from a couple of nations and how their approach have been in developing SUP. From a grassroot level to organized elite, and look at using that as a framework to look into the future. What examples do we have of European nations working together and how can we collaborate? What insights can we share so we can push the sport forward in Europe?
There will be a short presentation of some cases to spark off the dialogue. Afterwards it will be a controlled dialogue between all with Andy from ISA as the facilitator.
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Andy is the Regional Development Advisor in Europe, Africa, and the Middle East for the International Surfing Association (ISA) and has been a surf & SUP educator with them since 2008. He has initiated and managed Sports development projects with various Surfing National Governing Bodies such as Scotland, Lithuania, Denmark, Slovenia, Iran, Switzerland, India, Thailand, and Norway. Besides delivering ISA surf & SUP programs he has been a GB national level SUP racer and the Team Support for both Surfing England and Scotland. Earlier this year he won the UK Coaching award in the category “Changes Lives award” by enabling adaptive surfers could till train despite the complications of the pandemic. Andy has in depth knowledge and experience with SUP safety as a practitioner and advisor, also a Water safety trainer.
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